MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Here’s a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016.

Number One: Iran Prisoner Swap

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Some Americans who had been imprisoned in Iran were on a plane out of the country Sunday morning.

A prisoner swap was confirmed shortly before it was announced that Iran has met all measures spelled out in the landmark nuclear deal with Tehran.

The U.S. and other world powers also lifted crippling sanctions that had been imposed on Iran.

Number Two: Search Continues For Missing Marines

In Hawaii, search and rescue crews are still looking for 12 marines who went missing after two helicopters collided off the coast of Oahu.

Among those missing is a Minnesotan.

Sgt. Dillon Semolina, 24, graduated from Delano High School.

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Number Three: Emergency Declared For Flint

President Barack Obama has signed an emergency declaration for Flint, Michigan, which is undergoing a drinking water crisis.

FEMA has been authorized to provide water, filters, cartridges and other items for 90 days.

The tap water became contaminated after the city switched from the Detroit water system to the Flint River while a pipeline to Lake Huron is under construction.

Number Four: Packers Fall To Cardinals

The Green Bay Packers are no longer in the NFL playoffs.

They lost Saturday night, in overtime, to the Arizona Cardinals.

Two Minnesotans helped the Cardinals to victory: Michael Floyd and Larry Fitzgerald Jr.

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It was Fitzgerald who scored the final touchdown in the 26-20 win.